I feel regretful now when I read my earlier writings where I was like, “OMG, do all the coke and make all the mistakes!” That was irresponsible of me. That was me just wanting to justify MY mistakes.
You will meet people in this world who make you feel like you have bad taste in clothes, music and movies. This is ridiculous. You should never have to justify what you like to anyone. Just own it.
I don’t know how people get others to fall in love with them because whenever I have a crush on someone, I am an absolute idiot. I am the worst possible version of myself. I wish at certain points I could just whisper into my crush’s ear and be like, “Please just stick around. I swear I get better. Hold on just one more second!”
Metropolitan is a gay dive bar that has somehow become my version of Cheers (Queers?), except that no one actually knows my name here.
I never eat anything unless it’s organic and has truffle oil on it and is being served in a boho chic restaurant! Look, here’s some pictures of the fig casserole I’m about to eat!
I’m convinced that anyone who figures out how to focus on the things that are within their control while forgetting the stuff they can’t has won life.
Understanding the art of self-disclosure will get you far with your crush. Trust me. Whenever you’re worried that you’ve said too much, chances are you probably have, so zip it! Leave the ugly stuff till later when they’re already trapped and can’t leave you!
People don’t realize that all gay people want to do is live their life without being constantly made to feel like they’re gay first and a person second. Like, am I supposed to feel grateful to someone for being a decent human being? What’s the correct response here?
It’s so easy to trick people these days. It’s easier than ever. And you know what? People want to be tricked. They prefer it that way. Because if we really presented our lives accurately on the Internet, it would be so, so, so depressing. No one would ever go online again.
We live in an age where we feel guilt whenever we have to cut someone off but the reality is that some relationships do need to die, some people do need to be unfollowed and defriended. We aren’t meant to be this tethered to the people in our past.